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Your Guide to Dentures

If Saturday morning cartoons have taught us anything, it’s that dentures only come in one variety: Full top and bottom sets of teeth, either soaking gruesomely in a glass by your grandparents’ bedside, or chattering around on their own like a wind-up toy. Right? Actually, dentures come in a variety of types (and are not, [...]

By |June 6th, 2019|dentures|Comments Off on Your Guide to Dentures

Getting Rid of White Patches: Fluorosis Edition

Have you ever looked in the mirror and spotted bright white patches in the middle of your front teeth? If those patches bother you, you’re not alone. Those patches are a result of something called fluorosis. Many people don’t like the way fluorosis looks. If you want those white patches gone, an experienced cosmetic dentist [...]

By |May 22nd, 2019|Cosmetic Dentistry, Porcelain Veneers, Teeth Whitening|Comments Off on Getting Rid of White Patches: Fluorosis Edition

Is Dental Anxiety a Personality-Type?

Putting people into categories often makes things easier, even when it comes to understanding ourselves. We love to describe our friends as either introverts or extroverts, type A’s or type B’s, or even as those who are confident or anxious. When using these categories, however, most of us probably wouldn’t include whether or not we’re [...]

By |May 8th, 2019|Sedation Dentistry|Comments Off on Is Dental Anxiety a Personality-Type?

Why You Should Absolutely Cut Down on Sugar

Diet in America has often been treated like a panacea. Eat the right foods, don’t eat other foods, and you can cure anything from daytime tiredness to dementia. We’ve even mentioned a few recent studies ourselves. Whether or not there is actually a gum disease diet is up for debate, but one [...]

By |April 25th, 2019|Preventitive Dentistry|Comments Off on Why You Should Absolutely Cut Down on Sugar

Is There a Gum Disease Diet?

In the early stages, you’ll probably notice plaque build-up, which causes your gums to become red and inflamed. This stage is known as gingivitis (gum inflammation), and can progress into full blown periodontitis that may result in bone and tissue damage, eventually leading to tooth loss. Both are forms of gum disease. If [...]

By |April 10th, 2019|Gum Disease|Comments Off on Is There a Gum Disease Diet?